Diane Arbus: Photographs

Wed, Jan 7, 1987 through Wed, Jan 28, 1987

This exhibition of photographs by the noted photographer Diane Arbus was curated by Rod Slemmons, Associate Curator of Photography at the Seattle Art Museum. This is a rare opportunity to see a significant number of photographs brought together from public and private collections. The images in this particular exhibition represent a range of work done by Arbus from the early 1960s to the time of her death in 1971.

Norman Mailer once commented that giving a camera to Diane Arbus was like giving a hand grenade to a baby.  Rod Slemmons will be on campus Wednesday, January 21, 1987, to present a lecture entitled "Diane Arbus in 1987". 

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